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Stay The Night with Hilton Toronto x TFOB

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We’ve teamed up with Hilton Toronto to make sure you have a place to stay on TFOB Friday and TFOB Saturday. Pick your package and we’ll see you in July! Any package you choose comes with a Hoptimized Tickets, a special surprise from Les Murray (Festival President) and features some #FreshGLB from Great Lakes Brewery. Just a heads up… You must buy two tickets to receive the hotel package. Total Hilton Toronto Hotel Overnight Package price is $470 + HST. 

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Each Stay The Night package comes with a glorious room for the night, Hoptimized tickets and a President’s Welcome Basket featuring some #FreshGLB from Great Lakes Brewery. Here’s a breakdown of exactly what you get…

One night double occupancy room for two

  • Hotel Package Includes: One double occupancy room for either Friday July 27th, 2018 or Saturday, July 28th, 2018, booked under your name at Hilton Toronto.  Hotel includes Free Wifi. (DOES NOT INCLUDE INCIDENTALS INCURRED BY GUESTS). Guest must provide a valid credit card for incidentals upon check in to the hotel.

Two Hoptimized Tickets for Toronto’s Festival of Beer

  • Hoptimized Tickets include: 10 sample tokens. Access through Express Entrance. Exclusive access to Festival for an additional 1.5 hours. Commemorative Festival Sampling Cup
  • MUST BUY TWO TO RECEIVE HOTEL PACKAGE. Total Hilton Hotel Overnight Package price is $470 + HST. 

One President’s Welcome Basket

  • Gift Basket will be available at check-in. Gift Basket includes official branded TFOB merchandise and an assortment of beverages from Great Lakes Brewery – all hand selected by TFOB President Les Murray. 

These packages won’t last. Hope to see you in July, ya bunch of beauties.  #BeerLove

Stay The Night FAQ:

How does this all work?

Purchase your package through Ticketfly via our website. You will receive a ticket confirmation email from Ticketfly right away with your Hoptimized tickets attached. You will receive a second email from Hilton Toronto with your confirmation code no later than July 15.

Can I buy this with a Single Ticket?

No. This Package is only available for two tickets and double occupancy.

What is a double occupancy room?

Double occupancy means two adults in a room. It can have one king or two queens….subject to availability. All rooms are 2 queen beds to begin and you can try changing that to one king once the booking is made. Subject to availability. 

Where is Hilton Toronto?

145 Richmond St W, Toronto, ON M5H 2L2. Here’s a Google Map.

When can I check in/ check out?

Check in at 3pm. Check out at Noon.

How do I get from Hilton Toronto to Toronto’s Festival of Beer and back?

We highly reco that you leave your car at home or parked at the hotel. Call a cab or hail an Ubes. Here’s a Google Map of where TFOB takes place.

 

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TFOB Sunday with I Mother Earth and Finger Eleven

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The dial will be turned to 11 on Sunday, July 29. I Mother Earth and Finger Eleven are bringing their brands of Canadian rock to the Bandshell Stage, Exhibition Place for TFOB Sunday. What a way to wrap up TFOB 2018!! See you this summer!

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Toronto’s Festival of Beer presented by the Beer Store is a 4 day celebration of the golden beverage! This year, we’re celebrating 22 glorious years. Join us in July for hundreds of brews, an amazing selection of food and live entertainment each and every day. We will announce the headline entertainment for TFOB Thursday soon. If you have any questions about ticket types THIS BLOG POST should help you out. Make this your Summer tradition! Below are the links to the other days available…

Get TFOB THURSDAY Tickets Now!

Get Tickets to TFOB FRIDAY with Ludacris Now!

Get Tickets to TFOB SATURDAY with Dwayne Gretzky Now!

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I Mother Earth & Finger Eleven To Headline TFOB Sunday

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Toronto, ON (March 20, 2018) – Canadian Rock troupes I Mother Earth and Finger Eleven are bringing their electrifying stage shows to Toronto’s Festival of Beer (TFOB 2018), on Sunday July 29. Their performances will take place on Bandshell Stage, Exhibition Place to close out the 2018 weekend celebration of beer, brewers and #BeerLove, presented by 102.1 The Edge.

“Legendary Canadian rock meets our legendary beer festival,” said Les Murray, president of Toronto’s Festival of Beer. “The combo of I Mother Earth and Finger Eleven are the perfect pairing to close out TFOB 2018.”

Building off the momentum of their recently announced cross-Canada tour, TFOB 2018 will be I Mother Earth and Finger Eleven’s first stop in Toronto for 2018. Fans should expect to hear some of their favourite hits as the highly-anticipated weekend comes to a close that evening.

Tickets for TFOB 2018 are on sale now and are selling fast. Fans are encouraged to buy early to secure their tickets. To purchase tickets, please visit the link below…

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About Finger Eleven:

The members of alternative metal outfit Finger Eleven grew up in Burlington, Ontario, and came together in high school as a funk-styled band named Rainbow Butt Monkeys. Originally comprising vocalist Scott Anderson, bassist Sean Anderson, drummer Rob Gommerman, and James Black and Rick Jackett on guitars, they won a rock band search contest on local radio and used the prize money to record their first album, 1995’s Letters from Chutney. Gommerman left the band soon after, making way for drummer Rich Beddoe.

Now named Finger Eleven, the quintet released Tip on Mercury Records in Canada, which marked the band’s turn to a heavier sound. It was re-released by the New York City-based label Wind-Up Records in September 1998. The album made minor waves on MuchMusic, videos for “Above” and “Tip” increasing their profile at home, but it would still be several years before U.S. audiences really paid attention to the band.

The Greyest of Blue Skies appeared in the summer of 2000, followed three years later by Finger Eleven’s self-titled third album. The latter record eventually went gold, driven by the success of their brooding Top 40 hit “One Thing.”

After various rounds of touring, the guys got to work collectively writing their next album for Wind-Up. March 2007’s Them vs. You vs. Me featured much more varied instrumentation and influences — including dance, funk, and country — than just the chugging metallic guitars of Finger Eleven’s past efforts. The band subsequently hit the road in support with U.S. shows alongside Evanescence and Chevelle.

Back home in Canada, Them vs. You vs. Me wound up winning the Juno for Rock Album of the Year in 2008, raising expectations for the band’s next album, the Juno Award-nominated Life Turns Electric, which appeared in the fall of 2010.

Five Crooked Lines, the band’s seventh studio long-player, was released in 2015 and preceded by the single “Wolves and Doors.”

About I Mother Earth:

Talk of Canadian rock bands may conjure up images of the Guess Who or Bachman-Turner Overdrive, but Toronto quartet I Mother Earth is a modern update combining a wide range of influences, including jazz fusion, funk, and progressive rock. Add a pinch of Canadian counterparts Rush and dashes of artists as disparate as Santana and King Crimson, Red Hot Chili Peppers and Primus, and Jane’s Addiction and Smashing Pumpkins, and you’re bordering on I Mother Earth’s expansive collage of styles. The group formed in Toronto in 1990 with vocalist Edwin, bassist Bruce Gordon, and brothers Jagori Tanna (guitar/vocals) and Christian Tanna (drums).

Signed to Capitol, I Mother Earth’s agressive 1993 debut CD Dig nonetheless caused as much head-scratching as adulation.

Edwin’s heady lyrics hinted at progressive rock acts like Rush and Yes while his vocals were completely different; the rhythm section played crisp funk patterns like an updated James Brown, and the group’s penchant for percussion neared Santana territory.

Making things more complicated was guitarist Tanna, who ranged from Chili Peppers-style rhythm patterns (“Rain Will Fall”) to bluesy Stevie Ray Vaughan licks (“So Gently We Go”) to the Woodstock-era Latin fire of Carlos Santana (“No One”).

The fact that another Toronto band with a similar name (Our Lady Peace) was starting to gain notoriety didn’t help I Mother Earth’s cause, either.

Nonplussed, the quartet set out to go further on its sophomore effort, even if it wasn’t considered commercially wise for bands (especially Canadian bands) to be this versatile.

Recruiting percussionists Luis Conte and Daniel Mansilla, keyboardist Ken Pearson, and even Rush guitarist Alex Lifeson for 1996’s Scenery and Fish, I Mother Earth concocted another epic of genre-defiance.

Even an otherwise radio-friendly track like “One More Astronaut” was filled with stops, starts, and odd rhythmic meters, with more detours through blues (“Three Days Old”), percussion-heavy numbers (the opening “Hello Dave!”), uptempo funk (“Used to Be Alright”), acoustic pieces (“Shortcut to Monelon”), and updated metal à la King Crimson (“Pisser”).

The band would release no more CDs on Capitol, but again took three years to release the successive Blue Green Orange.

Distributed by Mercury throughout Canada, but harder to find in the U.S., the 1999 release expanded on I Mother Earth’s already expansive musical pallette, as did an import CD of acoustic remixes and live tracks (Earth Sky and Everything in Between).

About Toronto’s Festival of Beer:

Toronto’s Festival of Beer, presented by the Beer Store features hundreds of brews, seriously good eats, live entertainment, and plenty of #BeerLove from July 26 to 29 at Bandshell Park, in Exhibition Place. It’s Canada’s premier celebration of the golden beverage.

For more information, please contact:

Davide De Laurentiis

Marketing & Communications Manager

dav@beerlicious.ca

Jon Sinden

Vice President of Marketing

jon@beerlicious.ca

 

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TFOB Friday with Ludacris

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The ATL is coming to TFOB on Friday, July 27. Ludacris is set to rock the Bandshell Park, Exhibition Place alongside hundreds of brews and a huge selection of tasty food. You do not want to miss this night. TFOB Friday gates open at 4:30pm. Get your tickets now before they are all gone. Upgrade to Club TFOB, VIP or Hoptimized to get early access and more tokens.

Get TFOB FRIDAY Tickets Now!

Toronto’s Festival of Beer presented by the Beer Store is a 4 day celebration of the golden beverage! This year, we’re celebrating 22 glorious years. Join us in July for hundreds of brews, an amazing selection of food and live entertainment each and every day.  Make this your Summer tradition! Below are the links to the other days available. We will announce the headline entertainment for each day soon.  If you have any questions about ticket types THIS BLOG POST should help you out.

Get TFOB THURSDAY Tickets Now!

Get TFOB SATURDAY Tickets Now!

Get TFOB SUNDAY Tickets Now!

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Ludacris To Headline TFOB Friday

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Toronto, ON (February 20, 2018) – Stand Up! The original Dirty South recording artist and actor: Ludacris, is headlining Toronto’s Festival of Beer (TFOB2018), presented by the Beer Store, on Friday, July 27, 2018. TFOB2018 runs from July 26 to 29 at Bandshell Park, in Exhibition Place. His performance is presented by 93.5 The Move.

“Ludacris will bring the southern hospitality to Toronto’s Festival of Beer and fans are sure to love it,” said Les Murray, President of Toronto’s Festival of Beer, “The live music, paired with food and beer, will make Friday night an experience to remember.”

This will be the first time Ludacris headlines Toronto’s Festival of Beer. Last year’s (2017) Friday concert was met with a roaring attendance when the legendary hip-hop duo Method Man & Redman hit the Bandshell Stage and this year is expected to be just as electrifying.

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Tickets for #TFOB2018 sell out in advance every year — so consumers are encouraged to buy early. To see what ticket levels are currently available, please click HERE. For more information on what each ticket type includes, or to see what other performances are happening on the Bandshell Stage, please visit: www.beerfestival.ca. Toronto’s Festival of Beer is a 19+ event.

About Ludacris:

Born Christopher Bridges on September 11, 1977, in Champaign, Illinois, Ludacris moved to Atlanta during his high-school years and attended Banneker High School there. He then studied at Georgia State University.

His entry into the rap industry came via radio; he worked as a disc jockey at Atlanta-based urban station Hot 97.5 (which later became Hot 107.9), where he was known as DJ Chris Lova Lova, and this was how he became acquainted with Timbaland. The producer featured Ludacris (then billed as Ludichris) on the song “Fat Rabbit” from his album Tim’s Bio (1998), and with such a high-profile feature to his credit, the groundwork was laid for the rapper.

When the Dirty South movement broke nationwide at the turn of the century, Ludacris rode it to immediate widespread popularity, becoming arguably the most commercially successful Southern rapper of the time.

In 2000 the Atlanta-based rapper signed to Def Jam’s newly established Southern rap subsidiary, Def Jam South, and became the label’s flagship Dirty South artist. Def Jam repackaged his underground album Incognegro (2000) as Back for the First Time (2000) and issued “What’s Your Fantasy?” as its lead single. The song soon became a national hit, beginning a long string of hits that would include Billboard Hot 100 number ones (“Stand Up,” “Money Maker”) and Top Tens (“Move Bitch,” “Splash Waterfalls,” “Pimpin’ All Over the World,” “Runaway Love”), as well as a bunch of Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Top Tens (“Southern Hospitality,” “Area Codes,” “Rollout [My Business],” “Saturday [Oooh Oooh!],” “Get Back,” “Number One Spot”).

Moreover, Ludacris established himself as a versatile actor, notably appearing in such mainstream films as 2 Fast 2 Furious (2003), Crash (2005), and Fred Claus (2007), among other films and TV series. Along with associate Chaka Zulu, Ludacris also founded his own boutique label at Def Jam, Disturbing tha Peace (aka DTP), which released albums by such diverse rap/R&B acts as Shawnna, Bobby V., Field Mob, and Playaz Circle.

In 2014, the rapper announced his ninth album and released the EP Burning Bridges as a preview. Ludaversal followed a year later, with Usher, Miguel, and Big K.R.I.T. on the guest list, along with production from David Guetta, Rico Love, and Cashmere Cat. After adding more acting roles to his résumé, Ludacris returned in 2017 with the singles “Vitamin D” with Ty Dolla $ign and “Vices.”

About Toronto’s Festival of Beer:

Toronto’s Festival of Beer, presented by the Beer Store features hundreds of brews, seriously good eats, live entertainment, and plenty of #BeerLove from July 26 to 29 at Bandshell Park, in Exhibition Place. It’s Canada’s premier celebration of the golden beverage.

For more information, please contact:

Davide De Laurentiis

Marketing & Communications Manager

dav@beerlicious.ca

Jon Sinden

Vice President of Marketing

jon@beerlicious.ca

 

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TFOB Saturday with Dwayne Gretzky!

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We couldn’t be more excited to share this news with you: Dwayne Gretzky will play TFOB Saturday!  If you’ve ever witnessed a Dwayne Gretzky live show then you know this merger is absolute perfection. The collabs of all collabs!

A Dwayne Gretzky live show celebrates the greatest songs of all time. A Dwayne Gretzky live show brings the energy. If you’ve seen them before then you know what we are talking about. If this will be your first time, then we are pretty pumped to introduce them to you. The legendary Saturday of TFOB meets the legendary roster of songs from Dwayne Gretzky: from Bowie to Beyoncé, Springsteen to Spears, The Supremes to The Strokes. Get your tickets below and see you on Saturday July 28th. 

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Here’s a quick message from Nick and Tyler of Dwayne Gretzky…

Toronto’s Festival of Beer presented by the Beer Store is a 4 day celebration of the golden beverage! This year, we’re celebrating 22 glorious years. Join us in July for hundreds of brews, an amazing selection of food and live entertainment each and every day.  Make this your Summer tradition! Below are the links to the other days available. We will announce the headline entertainment for each day soon.  If you have any questions about ticket types THIS BLOG POST should help you out.

Get TFOB THURSDAY Tickets Now!

Get TFOB FRIDAY Tickets Now!

Get TFOB SUNDAY Tickets Now!

 

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Dwayne Gretzky To Headline TFOB Saturday

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For the first time ever, the renowned music phenomenon known simply as Dwayne Gretzky will be headlining Toronto’s Festival of Beer (TFOB 2018), presented by the Beer Store, on Saturday, July 28, 2018. The annual summer sampling event returns to Bandshell Park, in Exhibition Place on July 26-29, 2018 with a newly added fourth day of festivities for attendees to enjoy. Dwayne Gretzky’s performance is presented by Q107 and 102.1 The Edge.

The legendary Saturday of Toronto’s Festival of Beer is a day that everyone needs to experience,” said Les Murray, President of Toronto’s Festival of Beer, “Dwayne Gretzky will bring the hit songs and the energy and we’ll bring a massive selection of brews and tasty culinary treats for fans to enjoy.

Dwayne Gretzky is a collection of Toronto musicians that delve into nostalgia, uniting fans of all ages to sing along to the greatest hits of the last 50 years and by performing with energy and fidelity. Their performance at TFOB2018 will be exactly that, as they plan to take their electrifying show to attendees; all in celebration of #BeerLove.

Tickets for TFOB2018 sell out in advance every year – so consumers are encouraged to buy early. All Early-Bird tickets have already sold out, however fans still have a chance at purchasing tickets at the remaining tier levels. For more information on what ticket tiers are still remaining, please visit: www.beerfestival.ca. Toronto’s Festival of Beer is a 19+ event.

 

Dwayne Gretzky is a live music collective celebrating the greatest songs of all time. Transcending both era and genre, this prodigiously talented group of Toronto musicians captivates audiences with a masterfully curated tour of artists from both the classic and modern pop canon – from Bowie to Beyoncé, Springsteen to Spears, The Supremes to The Strokes. With tasteful precision, chameleonic versatility and a flair for the dramatic, Dwayne Gretzky scratches our collective itch to be surprised by the familiar.

In an increasingly saturated and scattered music landscape defined by predictable playlists and individualized consumption, Dwayne’s high-energy nostalgia trips recall the serendipity of flipping through the radio dial, and the joy of coming together en masse to celebrate and sing along to the best songs ever written. Boasting 100+ straight sold-out shows in their hometown of Toronto and with venue capacities growing into the multiple-thousands, Dwayne Gretzky’s momentum is a testament to the band shattering conventions and re-defining what audiences want in a live music experience.

About Toronto’s Festival of Beer:

Toronto’s Festival of Beer, presented by the Beer Store features hundreds of brews, seriously good eats, live entertainment, and plenty of #BeerLove from July 26 to 29 at Bandshell Park, in Exhibition Place. It’s Canada’s premier celebration of the golden beverage.

For more information, please contact:

Davide De Laurentiis

Marketing & Communications Manager

dav@beerlicious.ca

Jon Sinden

Vice President of Marketing

jon@beerlicious.ca

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10 Beer & Dessert Pairings For Valentine’s Day

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Valentine’s Day is Feb 14th and you may or may not be scrambling to find that perfect gift for that special someone in your life. We’re here to tell you not to worry because Valentine’s Day is more than just finding that new shiny thing to buy.

Since you’re a beer lover (like us), why not give the gift of beer to show your love? So, we whipped up a list of great brews – available right now – that pair perfectly with tasty desserts. Nothing says love, more than some sweets and some beer… so enjoy!

THE BEER: Sweet Jesus Mocha Marshmallow Stout from Left Field Brewery

THE DESSERT: Vanilla Ice Cream or S’mores

THE BEER: The Chocolate Manifesto (Chocolate Milk Stout) from Flying Monkeys Brewery

THE DESSERT: Chocolate Bread Pudding

THE BEER: The Tom Green Beer, a Milk Stout from Beau’s All Natural Brewing Co.

The Dessert: Chocolate Creme Brulée

THE BEER: Oatmeal Coffee Stout from Stone Hammer Brewing

THE DESSERT: Mocha Chocolate Icebox Cake

THE BEER: Cheat Day Black Forest Porter from Hop City Brewing Co.

The Dessert: Black Forest Cake

THE BEER: COLLECTIVE PROJECT IMPERIAL PORTER from Collective Arts Brewing

THE DESSERT: Peanut Butter Cookies

THE BEER: County Brown Ale from Wellington Brewery

THE DESSERT: Chocolate Pecan Pie

THE BEER: DOWNTOWN BROWN NUT ALE from Amsterdam Brewing Company

THE DESSERT: Nutty Chocolate Brownies

THE BEER: Dark & Sticky India Brown Ale from Cameron’s Brewing Co.

THE DESSERT: Jamocha Almond Fudge Cake

 

THE BEER: Pioneer Black Creek – Rifleman’s Ration Brown Ale from All or Nothing Brewhouse / Trafalgar Ales and Meads

THE DESSERT: Ferrero Rocher

There you go. Our list of 10 tasty pairings. Not a bad idea to scoop up your TFOB 2018 tickets before the price goes up. Would make a stellar Valentine’s Day gift. That’s #BeerLove baby! See you in July lovers!

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Best Brews To Pair With Your Latest Netflix Series

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Now that the dust has settled and the holidays are winding down, it’s back to the grind… and this means buckling down and keeping things low-key. If you didn’t get a chance to get caught up on your favourite Netflix series while you were off because you’re ‘uber’ popular and went to so many parties, you should have no problem doing so now. That’s why our staff has put together their recommendations for the best series on Netflix for you to watch.

To add a Toronto’s Festival of Beer twist, we’ve thrown in the brews our team thinks you should sample while watching them. Cheers to the new year from our TFOB family to yours!

Black Mirror

Black Mirror is sharp, suspenseful and even sometimes satirical drama that focuses on techno-paranoia. It’s has been referred to as the present day version of The Twilight Zone that is peppered with modern day influences and even sometimes futuristic theories. Once you start watching this show, you will be on the edge of your seat because every episode fully immerses you in the story and you can’t help but get drawn in. You will start asking yourself questions like “what if this happened in real life?” – it’s a brilliant show that has all the bells and whistles for a solid binge worthy series.

Davide’s Pick: Wellington Brewery – County Brown Ale

Since most of the episodes in this show take place in Britain, why not pair it with Wellington Brewery’s County Brown Ale. Inspired by traditional English brown ales, this delicious ale is a rich mahogany brown in colour with deep red accents. With roasted malt, nut, and toffee notes this enticing malt-forward ale is balanced with a mild hop finish. It’s also an award-winning brown ale that is a testament to the fact that the classics never go out of style.

Brooklyn Nine-Nine

Brooklyn Nine-Nine is a hilarious comedy about a police precinct in Brooklyn. The show mainly follows Jake Peralta (Andy Samberg) but also includes an incredible supporting cast portrayed by the likes of Stephanie Beatriz, Terry Cruz, Jo Lo Truglio, Andre Braugher and many more.

Each character is a misfit in their own way but you quickly fall in love with each of them and their quirky shenanigans. The cast also has an incredible chemistry which makes this show one you should watch.

Stacey’s Brew Pick: Brickworks Ciderhouse – BATCH: 1904

Why: This refreshing cider is the perfect pairing for a comedy like Brooklyn Nine Nine. Ciders remind us all of the summer time and good fun so why not bring that familiar feeling to life while you have some fun watching these goofy characters shake up their precinct.

 

Dark

 

Dark is one of the newest dramas to fall under the Netflix original series catalogue. The show follows a similar setting to Stranger Things, but what’s cool about this show is that the story is written in an even darker way. The show takes place in a small town in Germany where a number of disappearances shock the town and strange things begin to happen that no one can explain.

Davide’s Brew Pick: The Napanee Beer Co. – Blacklist Black German Lager

Why: This beer is great because it encompasses a few different aspects that relate to this show. First and most obviously, is that it’s a German Lager and the show takes place in Germany. Second, it hails from the small town of Napanee Ontario which relates to the small town setting in the show. German Lagers are also slightly heavier which pairs perfectly with the dark ambiance that this show has from start to finish.

 

Mind Hunter

If you haven’t watched Mind Hunter yet and you’re into intense crime dramas like us, you need to get on this right away. The show takes place in the 1070s and follows a young FBI agent who becomes fascinated in learning how some of the most notorious criminals think. As you follow his character along, the show helps you understand the psychology of why these people commit such heinous crimes. The show is produced by David Fincher, who also directed legendary films like Seven and Fight Club, so you know you’re in for a story-line that keeps you on the edge of your seat from start to finish.

Jon’s Brew Pick: Labatt 50

Why: Labatt 50 is a staple beer from the 70s era which makes this a no-brainer to pair with this incredible show. Make sure you buy it in a stubby bottle though which will take you back to that time and give you the true feel of what a FBI agent would have been drinking as they delve in to the crimes that shook the time.

 

Master of None

Master of None is a very funny Netflix comedy that is written by actor and comedian Aziz Ansari and Alan Yang. The show is loosely based on Ansari’s real-life experiences.

Ansari plays the role of Dev, a New York-based actor who is struggling to identify what he really wants, both personally and professionally. The series also reveals glimpses of Dev’s younger years, and explores current aspects of his life, including modern etiquette through texting and social media, and being young and single in the big city.

Les’s Brew Pick: Guinness

Why: One of the many benefits of drinking Guinness is that it has been show to be good for your virility (Source). Since the show has a strong focus on Dev’s dating life, this might actually be the perfect beer for you to delve in to when understanding Dev’s character.

The 2018 edition of Toronto’s Festival of Beer presented by the Beer Store happens July 26 to 29 at Bandshell Park Exhibition Place. There will be hundreds of breweries, dozens of food choices and live entertainment each day. We also added a Thursday Night to our already legendary Friday, Saturday and Sunday. 4 days of glory! Pick your day below and we’ll see you in July. It’s all about the #BeerLove

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What Ticket Type Is For Me?

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There are many avenues to experience the greatest beer festival ever created. Since we added a whole extra day to enjoy TFOB 2018, now there’s absolutely no excuses!! Since there are so many options to consider, we thought we’d break it down a bit for you…

General Admission Ticket 

The General Admission ticket is our first offering and is perfect if you prefer to weigh your options first before you decide to go all in on the beer and food sampling. It’s simple but a great way to kick start your experience at Toronto’s Festival of Beer presented by the Beer Store. – especially if you have never been to the event before. The General Admission ticket is available all four days of the festival but Friday, Saturday and Sunday are the only days that come with five (5) sampling tokens that can be used for beer, food and even souvenirs. The Thursday General Admission ticket doesn’t come with tokens so we have gone ahead and made it a cheaper ticket to reflect that different.  This ticket offers entry in to the event at the regular listed hours. 

Hoptimized Admission Ticket

The Hoptimized ticket has always been our most popular ticket at Toronto’s Festival of Beer presented by the Beer Store. This ticket adds just enough pizazz to your experience without any additional bells and whistles that you didn’t ask for. The Hoptimized ticket includes early access to the festival for an additional 1.5 hours and ten (10) sampling tokens that can be used for beer, food and even souvenirs.   

VIP Admission Ticket

The VIP experience has been around for a few years now at Toronto’s Festival of Beer presented by the Beer Store. The VIP Admission Ticket includes an express entrance and early entry in to the event, ten (10) sampling tokens that can be used for beer, food and even souvenirs, a catered meal that comes with two (2) full drinks in the VIP lounge, and access to air-conditioned washrooms. VIP are currently Sold Out for TFOB Friday and TFOB Saturday, but still available for TFOB Sunday.

Club TFOB Admission Ticket

Club TFOB is our most exclusive and newest offering at Toronto’s Festival of Beer presented by the Beer Store. This ticket includes an express entrance and early entry in to the event, access to the Club TFOB lounge that has an air-conditioned washroom and a private bar, and 15 sampling tokens for beer, food and even souvenirs. Club TFOB ticket holders will also experience incredible cuisine from a top Chef in Toronto, and access to a complimentary oyster bar in the Club TFOB lounge that is available for the first two hours of gates opening. This ticket is only available on Friday and Saturday during Toronto’s Festival of Beer, presented by the Beer Store.

HERE is the full pricing grid for each ticket type. Yes, the sooner you buy, the better deal you get.  See you in July! 

 

 

 

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